As we all know, textiles are not all created equal and when you are wearing your baby wrapped to your body, the textile that you choose makes a huge difference in terms of comfort and support for both you and your baby. The fiber itself, how it is spun, how the yarn is woven - these things matter.
Choose your fiber below...
Our first love for babywearing is silk. In fact it is the one textile that has remained a constant in our lineup since the day that we launched Sakura Bloom back in 2006. Grippy and strong, supportive and breathable, absorbent and lightweight. Full of character and dimension. Silk fibers are short which is what helps to make it so supportive and comfortable, allowing for the carrier to have the tiniest amount of give without stretch, so that it molds perfectly to you and your baby every time.
Our favorite recommendation for hot and humid weather
Incredibly lightweight, supportive and breathable
Dries quickly, and is super low profile. Perfect for all adventures
A timeless classic. Woven from spun flax, linen is one of the most sustainable fibers in the world, and has been prized for millennia for its beauty, strength, and versatility. Soft, breathable, and supportive, linen has a whole host of interesting qualities.
Five times stronger than cotton
Thermo regulating, keeping you warm in the winter and cool in the summer
Our bamboo collection (Theory) is woven of bamboo kissed with just a touch of linen.This everyday favorite has a fluid drape and unmatched softness that rivals your favorite throw blanket. Bamboo is unique in quality as it is very cool to the touch and breathes wonderfully in all climates, making it perfect for all seasons. Add in the fact that bamboo is a sustainable resource and you've got us won over.
Soft, cushy, and blankety
Great for keeping cozy on cool nights and chilly mornings
A bit heavier in the hand and while we love it year round, it might not be the carrier you grab on a super hot/humid day
From time to time we offer some cotton textile options in our Cameo Collection. Cotton's moisture wicking properties keeps you cool in the summer and insulated in the winter by providing thermal insulation. It is soft and durable, with an easy care reputation.
Soft, comfortable, and familiar
Supportive and ready for daily wear
A great year round fiber that takes you from summer to winter with ease